As a PPCer, you would have pre-decided on some negative keywords that you would want to assign to your campaign. Part of such irrelevant terms are the ‘curse words’ or swear words. Marketers do not want to in any way show their ads for such words. But are all search terms with the cuss words really irrelevant?… Read more »
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Negative keywords is one of the best ways to cut down on AdWords spend. To ensure that the same is sustained, negative keywords need to be expanded and reviewed occasionally. One of the ways to identify negative keywords is through AdWords Search Term Report. Instead of grilling yourself in doing mental keyword research you can… Read more »
No, it isn’t about the English language alphabet, but about the company ‘Alphabet‘. Earlier this month Google announced the formation of their parent company which they lovingly named Alphabet. Not much was realized until a few small scale companies also named Alphabet started facing the brunt of this step.
Starting 10th Aug 2015 Google has restricted unsupported, unauthorized, and unpublished usage of autocomplete API. What this means is that developers who had incorporated autocomplete feature as a ‘service offering’ independent of Google Search, can no longer do so. This is bad news for developers building interesting apps using these APIs.
Negative Keywords simplify the task of getting relevant traffic to your website. So instead of wasting money on unwanted clicks you can add terms as negative keywords if they are irrelevant or are low performing. But, it requires a lot of time and effort to understand which terms need to be listed as negative keywords…. Read more »